on that particular day in that pulpit, if you will, it takes advantage of that. >> reporter: looking forward now, are you convinced what we heard today, what we saw today will impact america tomorrow? >> you know, it's a different moment. i think when we see the march from 1963, it's something that hasn't happened to that extent before. that's why it remained indelibly marked in our cultural memory. as one of your speakers said earlier this is more of a microwave kind of moment, things happen, folks protest and they move on. ultimately what stains this moment are these kinds of social issues, whether the unemployment, whether issues with nsa, surveillance, incarceration of people of color, issues around gender and sexuality in this country. it's the issues that is going to sustain this moment, not this coming together.